Examines known facts about alcohol: rationale, usage patterns, physiological and psychological effects of varying quantities, danger signals of problem states. Dramatizes a typical beginning situation: high school students on the eve before an exam Topics: Youth, Youth
Shows reconciliation within a family by giving an account of a Black family's experiences in which a son attempts to help his father, fails, runs away, returns, and becomes reconciled with his father. For elementary grades. Topics: minority, youth
Points out the hazards of smoking. Shows a psychologist discussing reasons for the teenage smoking habit and shows a simulated discussion by teenagers on smoking Topics: Youth, Smoking, Smoking, Smoking, Smoking, Youth
Coming of Age Documents a summer week when 180 young people of many different backgrounds gathered at a mountain camp with twenty-five counselors. They shared their opinions on vital interpersonal issues such as racial prejudice, homosexuality, and sexism. Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Topics: Youth, Interpersonal relations, Racism, Homosexuality, Sexism, Conduct of life, Youth,...
Outreach staff and homeless punk youth work together to create a community level intervention to prevent HIV infection in San Francisco. See scans of liner notes for detailed content. Topics: vhs, AIDS, intervention, homeless, youth, San Francisco Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
A story about a young migrant worker who must decide whether to help his family in Arizona or make a new career for himself with a friend in New Jersey Topics: Youth, Social problems, Values, Mexican Americans, Mexican Americans, Social problems, Values, Youth
Uses time - lapse photography to show how water moves into and through unsaturated soil. Points out how strata, such as hard pans or coarse sand layers, slow down the advance of a wetting front and how saturated and unsaturated flow differ. Dye tracks illustrate how soluble fertilizers move in irrigation furrows. Traces the history of western movies from their earliest form in The Great train robbery to such recent films as High noon and the TV series Gunsmoke. Describes the evolution of the... favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Youth, Alienation (Social psychology), Families, Alienation (Social psychology), Families, Youth
Filmed in Dresden, Germany in the 1930s, this educational film was intended to show children the importance of saving money -- in this case to buy a bicycle. The film has some interesting images of Dresden prior to WWII, and has images of children in the uniforms of the Hitler Youth. The Hitler Youth was the youth organization of the Nazi Party in Germany. Its origins dated back to 1922. From 1933 until 1945, it was the sole official youth organization in Germany and was partially a... Topics: Hitler's Youth, Film, World War II, Nazi's, Aryan Supermen, NSRBL, De Facto
byFederal Works Agency. Work Projects Administration
On Works Progress Administration (WPA) projects in Illinois. Shows a dam at Greenville under construction. City streets are paved with brick, and sewer pipes are laid. An airport is graded and a drainage system installed. Shows activities in a WPA sewing room. Peaches are canned in a cannery operated by the WPA and the National Youth Administration. Shows the operation of a WPA trachoma clinic. County roads are graded and resurfaced. Abraham Lincoln landmarks in New Salem are restored. Shows... Topics: Airports, Canning and preserving, Dams, Highway construction, Illinois, Motion pictures, New Salem...
Focuses on teenage relations and sex and suggests that real closeness and intimacy can be achieved through shared experiences other than sexual intercourse. Topics: Teenagers -- Sexual behavior -- United States -- Juvenile films, Sexual abstinence -- United States...
byOffice for Emergency Management. War Manpower Commission. Bureau of Training. National Youth Administration
On NYA activities in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Reel 1, Puerto Rican children and young men idle on street corners and in saloons. NYA youths hoe corn, gather tomatoes, transplant seedlings, and drain mosquito-infested ditches. Girls assist nurses. Reel 2, Puerto Rican girls donate blood and work in a selective service office. Boys do woodwork, grade a road, and level an airstrip at Losey Field, P.R. Reel 3 (color) shows aerial and ground views of coastline, flowers, and cities in the... Topics: Agriculture, Cooperative, Air bases, Highway construction, Motion pictures, Nurses, Puerto Rico,...
This rare German educational film from the WWII era shows civil defense training activities of the Hitler Youth (German: Hitlerjugend ), the youth organization of the Nazi Party in Germany. Its origins dated back to 1922. It includes paramilitary training on the use of gas masks, rendering first aid, fire fighting and so on. From 1933 until 1945, it was the sole official youth organization in Germany and was partially a paramilitary organization; it was constituted of the Hitlerjugend... Topics: Hitler Youth, Sulfer Mustard, Gas Mask, World War II, Adolf hitler
Reading, Writing and Reefer (1979) A factual report on the widespread, habitual use of marijuana among today's teenagers. Presents a simplified chemical breakdown of the weed and describes its illegal routes into American schoolyards. Includes remarks by teenage marijuana smokers, their parents, and professional authorities. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Youth, Marijuana, Drug abuse, Marijuana, Marijuana, Youth
"'Destination:Paraguay' takes viewers to one of two landlocked countries in South America to observe the lives of Gildo and Felix in their rural environment, and Elsa and Laura in their urban environment....viewers gain insights into rural and urban life in Paraguay and Peace Corps activities there." Topics: vhs, Paraguay, Peace Corps, Espinillar, Gildo Esquivel, Sally Duffy, Ybycui, Elsa Albina de... Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Paul Weisberg of the University of Alabama shows how a sixteen-month-old child is trained to press a lever for snacks under the influence of several schedules of reinforcement: fixed ratio, variable ratio, and differential reinforcement of low rates (DRL). Behavioral adjustments are necessary to meet the DRL requirements after a history of high-rate responding Summary Describes the behavioral adjustments necessary to meet the differential reinforcement of low rates in an experiment for snack... Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Behavior modification, Youth (Age groups), Human behavior Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation